Nadler Hotels will open its fourth London property on February 4, located on the corner of the Strand and Bedford Street.
The Nadler Covent Garden features 57 rooms, “furnished with elegant furniture designed and hand-made locally in west London and luxurious fabrics made using natural fibres woven on the Isle of Bute, Scotland”.
Facilities include free wifi and UK phone calls, Smart TVs with the ability to stream content from personal devices, and work desks with USB ports and power points.
Rooms range from 15.5 sqm Standard Doubles, to 17.5 sqm King rooms, 22 sqm Superior rooms which sleep up to three people, and 27 sqm Deluxe rooms which can accommodate up to four guests.
There are no restaurants or bars at the hotel, but the property is just a few minutes’ walk from bustling Covent Garden.
Equally the hotel does not offer room service, but guests are encouraged to order in takeaways, and rooms feature a mini kitchen with fridge, microwave, kettle, Nespresso coffee machine and a basin with Brita filter water tap.
Fridges can also be pre-stocked with items ahead of arrival, for the cost of the goods plus a £1 fee, and guests can take advantage of various discounts at local restaurants, including 20 per cent off at wine bar and cocktail lounge 68 and Boston. A full list of offers can be seen here.
The closest station to the hotel is Charing Cross, with links to national rail services and the Underground.
Nadler currently operates three London properties in Kensington, Soho and Victoria, as well as The Nadler Liverpool. A Manchester property is also planned within a new-build tower close to the River Irwell.
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